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created by the clinton administration in order to convince greenspan not to raise rates so now it's been turned on another democratic administration many years later. >> 7.5 is mine. >> 7.5 is your number? >> i think it goes up. >> thank you, mr. liesman. we'll see what happens. it could go up. if you have comments or questions on what you see on "squawk," shoot us an e-mail squawk@cnbc.com is the address and follow us on twitte twitter @squawkcnbc is the handle. >>> coming up next, jobs and the election, how will the state of the economy play out at the polls? "squawk" returns right after this. up your game. up the ante. and if you stumble, you get back up. up isn't easy, and we ought to know. we're in the business of up. everyday delta flies a quarter of million people while investing billions improving everything from booking to baggage claim. we're raising the bar on flying and tomorrow we will up it yet again. we create easy to use, powerful trading tools for all. look at these streaming charts! they're totally customizable and they let you visualize what might happen next. that's g
. regarding fema and this cash spending. under ronald reagan they did it 28 times. okay? under bill clinton, another two terms, 89 times. under george w. bush, they did it 130 times. and under barack obama, who hasn't served a full term yet, it's already up to 153 times. that suggests we're out. fema-izing ourselves if there is such a word. >> you want to be careful with that data. there's a very big year in there, 2011. yes, larry, the trend is upward. once you create an entity like fema you use it a lot. it's a toy. right? the more we say rescue emergency, the more we get used to doing that. that's been a trend in our culture. the weather hasn't gotten that much worse since world war ii, say, to correlate to the number of disasters we claim and call now. so that's a problem. >> so what about -- in all seriousness, about state, local officials? romney makes a point. i don't think romney's saying get rid of fema. i didn't hear that. romney makes a point the governors and mayors and whatever, the town councilmen, they know best how to get things done. why are they losing their power? why is
of '09 because the president wasn't sworn in. i'll tell you what, whether you walk about clinton jobs created, reagan jobs created, the stock market for jobs you always look at the four years in office of the president at the time. now, this president is going to get kudos, at least on net change, for the equity markets. you can say it was the fed. it doesn't matter, what goes into the books. here is what goes into the books. this is right off the website starting in february '09. i went down, down, down. here is the most recent three numbers. you can see 171,000 today. 148, well, that was revised up 34. previous month, august was up 50 on its revision. if you didn't include these revisions that was my minus 61,000. if you added everything up with the old numbers minus 61. but with the revisions of course we added 84. so that means before the data was released and we were up 23. if you add 171, we're up 194,000. so in the record books for the 45 months since this administration has been in office, that's the net job kreths from the establishment survey on the bos' own website. if you
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